By | 1 May 2020

From here the region is reached by a narrow road, a long interval spaced with recesses. To arrive one must pass through the ruined and populous village. In its architecture, according to those visitors who, when the season is right, stop by and do not continue, lies much of its great charm. Sheltered by cypresses, festooned with Spanish moss, and etc. It lies, for the most part, in a secluded depression along the banks of the river, with few visitors out of season. In spite of many vicissitudes, many physical changes and declines, this unusual setting—with its peculiar its suspended charm—

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